Children's Therapeutic Supports and Services (CTSS)
CTSS practitioners provide interventions to help restore a child's functioning to the level that they had before, or to the level that they would have been had their normal development not been impaired by their mental health disorder.
Personalized individual treatment plans are developed to establish goals to help restore the child's developmental trajectory to that of his/her same age peers. CTSS providers meet with clients in their homes, at school, or in the community on both an individual and group basis. CTSS practitioners provide support with the following, please note that this is not a complete list: Communication skills, distress tolerance skills, emotion regulation skills, problem solving skills, anger management, crisis planning and prevention, and social skills.